Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Some old photos of Ramsgate and season’s greetings

In world of jingle bells and the commercial Christmas we have been tentatively putting up decorations in the bookshop here in Ramsgate. Most of this is done by the younger members of staff here, my input being one window which came out a bit Charring Cross Road and mistletoe in the mind body and spirit section, in front of the bookcases labelled – occult, magic and esoteric. I am interested to see how aspiring wizards and witches react it.



Here are the old pictures of Ramsgate
 1911

 This one is Grange Road
 and this one dated 1893

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